At the heart of the Andes, landlocked Bolivia remains a well-kept secret. Those who venture beyond the tourist trails of neighboring Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru will find a country offering a far more authentic experience. While upscale hotels and international-standard restaurants do exist, there are also plenty of rough-and-tumble journeys across empty landscapes and mountain passes as well as nights in simple hotels with llama-wool blankets. The infrastructure needs improving, but the country’s charm lies in its vast contrasts between the indigenous and European cultures, the jungle and high-altitude mountains, and activities from adrenaline sports to exploring ancient monuments.
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